Sport Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates with Daniel Sturridge (L) as he scores their fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Stoke

The Uruguay striker has been in incredible form this season

The Liverpool striker Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez: 'It's just the way I am during games'

Read The Independent's exlusive interview with the Liverpool striker, which was conducted at the start of the season

Patrice Evra poses with the fake arm at Old Trafford

Patrice Evra bites into fake arm in apparent joke at Luis Suarez

The United defender appeared to mock the Liverpool striker

Branislav Ivanovic reacts after being bitten by Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez's first bite victim Otman Bakkal: I don't know what to say

Suarez was handed a seven-match ban by the Dutch FA and fined by his then club Ajax for biting midfielder Bakkal in 2010

Luis Suarez leaves his home in Liverpool

Luis Suarez bite: FA seeks seven-game suspension for Liverpool striker

Governing body wants to throw increased ban at Liverpool striker  for violent conduct

Disgrace: today's Daily Star front page
A screen grab of Luis Suarez biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic

James Lawton: Liverpool must save club's reputation by getting rid of Luis Suarez following bite

There are only so many times you compromise with gutter behaviour

Chelsea captain John Terry celebrates after scoring against Fulham

John Terry admits he is uncertain over role at Chelsea

Captain scored twice in last night's victory over Fulham

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Simon Mignolet calls for cool heads as Sunderland prepare for relegation battle

Newcastle next up after nine-game winless streak

Branislav Ivanovic celebrates with Ramires after scoring for Chelsea against Sunderland

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The Blues beat Sunderland at the weekend

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Chelsea interim-manager Rafael Benitez: 'Everybody has realised we have to stick together'

Benitez senses a better atmosphere at Chelsea as the club continue to chase three prizes

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Restrained Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio on best behaviour for big stage debut at Chelsea

Fans might have been surprised so much Latin emotion was kept in check

Sunderland's new manager Paolo di Canio during his first match English Premiere League match in charge against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

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Chelsea captain John Terry was named only as a substitute alongside striker Fernando Torres as Rafael Benitez made his first return to Stamford Bridge since his criticism of the Blues fans.

Chelsea captain John Terry

Rafael Benitez warns John Terry first XI place not a guarantee for the Chelsea captain

The 32-year-old has started twice for the Blues under Benitez

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Mutiny in the stands and mediocrity on the pitch. When even the Capital One Cup turns into chaos, Rafa Benitez must wonder if he will ever turn around this squabbling, disaffected club.

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